Titans, Warmack finally reach deal

Guard gets just over $12 million for four seasons. Terry McCormick

Print This July 29, 2013, 03:36 PM EST

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The Tennessee Titans and Chance Warmack have finally agreed to a deal, settling on a four-year contract worth just over $12 million.

Warmack is expected to step right into the Titans starting line up at right guard after being the last first-round pick to sign his deal. He should be on the practice field on Tuesday when the Titans return to training camp.

Warmack and the Titans were at odds over offset language, which is included in the contract that is fully guaranteed.

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